Dr. Paul C. Doherty is an English author of historical mystery novels and non-fiction history books. He is currently the Headmaster of Trinity Catholic High School in Woodford Green, Essex. He was educated at Liverpool University, gaining a First Class Honours Degree in History. His doctorate was earned at Exeter College, Oxford for is thesis on Edward II. Doherty writes the Hugh Corbett, Sir Roger Shallot, Canterbury Tales of Mystery and Murder, Kathryn Swinbrooke, Nicholas Segalla, Mystery of Alexander the Great, Amerotke, Brother Athelstan, Ancient Rome Mysteries, Egyptian Mysteries and many other series. Besides using his full name, he also writes as P.C. Doherty, Vanessa Alexander, Anna Apostolou, Michael Clynes, Ann Dukthas, C.L. Grace and Paul Harding.
Paul Doherty became a published author in 1985 with his novel The Death of a King on Edward II. Below is a list of Paul C. Doherty’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Hugh Corbett Books
Publication Order of Drakulya Books
Publication Order of Matthew Jenkyn Books
Publication Order of Sir Roger Shallot Books
Publication Order of Canterbury Tales Of Mystery and Murder Books
Publication Order of Kathryn Swinbrooke Books
Publication Order of Nicholas Segalla Books
Publication Order of Mystery Of Alexander The Great Books
Publication Order of Amerotke Books
Publication Order of Brother Athelstan Books
Publication Order of Ancient Rome Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Egyptian Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Mathilde Of Westminster Books
Publication Order of Templars Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: The Sir Roger Shallot series was written as Michael Clynes. The Nicholas Segalla series was written as Ann Dukthas. The Kathryn Swinbrooke series was written using the pseudonym of C.L. Grace. The Sorrowful Mysteries of Brother Athelstan novels were originally published under the pen name of Paul Harding. The novels The Love Knot, Of Love and War and The Loving Cup were published using the pen name of Vanessa Alexander. The House of the Red Slayer was also published as The Red Slayer. The non-fiction book The Death of Alexander the Great was also published as Alexander the Great: The Death of a God.
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Paul Doherty Synopsis: In The Secret Life of Elizabeth I by Paul Doherty, Doherty discovers the truth about Elizabeth I. It interprets some of the recollections of a lady-in-waiting of Elizabeth’s and details the relationship between Elizabeth and Robert Dudley. Did Elizabeth have an illegitimate son, and if so, what became of him?
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